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The Wrexham University has joined forces with the NHS charity Awyr Las/Blue sky to host the inaugural Big Sunday Funday on September 27.

All proceeds will go to Glyndŵr Giving and Awyr Las, with various services within the Wrexham Maelor Hospital benefiting from proceeds, including the Children’s Ward, Shooting Star Unit, dementia patient activities and others, some of whom will have a presence on the day.

Organisers are encouraging food and drink suppliers, craft makers, designers, dancers, musicians, artists and stallholders to get in touch and take-up a space on the event field, at the front of the main Plas Coch campus on Mold Road.

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summer of loveSummer of Love is a new one-day festival taking place on Saturday 12th September 2015 at Undegun Arts Space, Wrexham.

The event is a brand new festival promising visitors “unique audio visual immersive experience”, the festival organisers have recruited a bespoke line up of fringe / experimental and psychedelic music makers to perform within the ‘environment’ created by a group of specially commissioned artists. Described as ‘awakening the analogue spectre of a distant past’ the art group ‘DATAMOSH’ will create a ‘fully immersive experience’ within both floors of the host venue – using light, video projection, giant sculpture and actors, the artists promise an experience for visitors which will leave the outside world seeming a million miles away once the threshold is crossed.

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HGPOSTER2015WEBAfter a string of International Exhibitions Wrexham’s pop-up Gallery Undegun, is turning the spotlight on North Wales home-grown talent, as part of a unique project with Helfa Gelf/Art Trail. The month long celebration of Welsh Art invites the public not only to come along and see the work of our most creative residents at the gallery but also to take a tour across the region to see where the artists live and work.
This September Undegun will be showcasing work from a large group of artists taking part in Wales’ biggest Open Studios art trail, Helfa Gelf 2015. Now in its 10th year, this free annual event is spread right across North Wales with studios taking part in Gwynedd, Conwy, Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham. It presents a unique chance for visitors to peek behind the scenes, experience this normally hidden world and get to chat to the artists and crafts people about their creative process and their studio spaces. Helfa Gelf mentions:
“Helfa Gelf Art Trail is a fantastic opportunity for people to gain a real understanding of what goes into creating something. This year we are celebrating Helfa Gelf ’10 Years’ it will be our biggest and best yet. We think it is fantastic that the public are becoming more discerning and buying unique things that are produced in North Wales. It is such a boost to the local economy,” says Dawn Worsley project co-ordinator for the Helfa Gelf Art Trail.

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In March this year the local community was angered to learn that Wrexham Council was proposing to close Vic Studios. On hearing this, a protest group was formed, awareness-raising events were held and petitions opposing the closure were presented to the Council.


Opened in 2006, Vic Studios is an essential part of the Wrexham music scene. Its rehearsal and recording facilities have helped launch the careers of many local bands and solo artists including current successes, Neck Deep.


Less well known, but equally important, is the vital role Vic Studios plays in providing training, rehabilitation and education for vulnerable children and disengaged young people with a wide range of behavioural, educational and social health needs. Jack, who has Aspergers Syndrome, was referred to Vic Studios when he was 15. Now 18, he still uses the facility and is clear on its value. “The time I spent there has had a big impact on my skills and I am much more confident now,” he says. Jack’s mother, Nicki, is pleased that Vic Studios has a future, “Wrexham can’t afford to lose such innovative support for its children” she says.

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Mario Kreft from Pendine Partk with the Art & Buainess award he won last week.A social care organisation is celebrating an awards double for its commitment to enriching people’s lives through the arts.

Pioneering Pendine Park, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, was named Business of the Year at the prestigious Arts and Business Cymru Awards.

The award was presented by acclaimed Welsh actress Sian Phillips during a glittering ceremony at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff.

Proprietor Mario Kreft MBE also picked up the Arts, Business and Health award in recognition of the firm’s partnerships with the arts to support the mental and emotional wellbeing of its clients and staff.

There too were Mario’s wife, Gill, who has been a key figure behind Pendine Park’s success, and Sarah Edwards who became the first artist in residence in a Welsh care home when she was appointed around 20 years ago.

This was the third time for Pendine Park to be honoured by Arts and Business Cymru.

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